ASU partners with Clean-Seas to create $50M plastic-to-hydrogen facility

December 21, 2022 MIX Center in downtown Mesa and Mullett Arena in Tempe show growing ASU landscapes Arizona State University completed more than 120 projects totaling more than $40 million during the summer and fall 2022 semesters. Facilities Development and Management and its collaborators upgraded all ASU campuses and concluded workContinue Reading

Engineering an advanced manufacturing ecosystem at ASU

Newswise — Manufacturing is ubiquitous in modern life. Our computers, our cars and many of the products we use daily are created using advanced manufacturing systems. To meet the future needs of manufacturing in a high-tech world, existing manufacturing systems must evolve and new ones need to emerge. This isContinue Reading

Here's how ASU economic development efforts boost local economy

Arizona State University’s Economic Development team is celebrating Economic Development Week at a most unusual time. While the event is recognized nationwide May 9–15, many cities across the country are continuing to struggle in the midst of pandemic rubble. Fortunately, ASU continues to develop innovative ways to promote and advanceContinue Reading

Gear rack made of recycled plastic a top winner in ASU Demo Day

May 4, 2021 Typically, scientific laboratories at the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University hum with the energy that students bring. In fact, the institute regularly engages hundreds of undergraduate and graduate researchers to perform hands-on work with mentors. Now, after spring 2021 commencement, many of these students are ready to embarkContinue Reading

Starbucks, ASU partner on new research and innovation facility

Building on a long-standing partnership, Starbucks and Arizona State University are joining forces to create the ASU-Starbucks Center for the Future of People and the Planet – a new research and rapid innovation facility created to find new ways to design, build and operate Starbucks stores. “Over the last several years weContinue Reading